Okay, it's the same terminal. I was just turned around. The sushi was better this time, but frankly, not great. I want to go back to Masu, dianyla
There is a man on another computer sitting near me. He was on the plane coming in from Bangkok and when it landed, remained seated with his wife while other people got up and started gathering their items. I always get up quickly, because I'm always dying to stretch my legs and I'd rather stand for five minutes than sit while waiting for the crowd to clear out. Well, he and his wife loudly smirked how they were "seasoned travellers" because they remained sitting on their asses during this period. That's some people's preference, yes. I rolled my eyes and said loudly to my neighbor, "Boy, it feels great to stretch my legs!" What asses. How come there are always "I'm a better/more experienced traveller than thou" idiots wherever you go?
There was another old fart on another flight. (I've had four internal flights in Thailand, going to and fro the north and south.) He was deliberately blocking the way because he didn't see "why we were in such a hurry to get off the plane." Gah! What around 24 hours of travel isn't enough reason? And a late plane and people waiting in a cafe for hours wondering where I was? Travel snobs. I hate 'em.
Another person is sitting near me on the computer terminals. She was my neighbor on the flight out and told me she spent six weeks in Thailand doing meditation and yoga and so forth. And she's pissed off as hell that she's coming back to the States where everybody is so rude!! She decided she's tired of talking to me, too. I could tell that by the way she ran away at first chance. :D For someone whose been is blissful meditation for over a month, she's a little angst-ridden.
Ah, travel brings out the best in everybody, I'm sure.
Another hour until I board the plane. I need to see if I can change my seat. I got stuck with a middle seat for some weird reason.